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"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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01:33 min | 2 weeks ago

"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Complete a shutdown as in the spring, all retail, Ken stay open, not just essential businesses, salons, day care and access centers remain open. Outdoor dining is still permitted the with some new limits, Mayor Kenny says he knows this will be hard on businesses and workers in the city is trying to get them all the help it can. But he believes that recover more quickly with full cooperation. People don't follow it. It doesn't work. We're gonna be in a situation longer than we need to be. The measures are in effect till the end of the year. Pat Lobe K Y. W News radio has another round of covert restrictions is set to begin here in the city residents are bracing themselves for what's to come came out. He was just in you. Toes spoke with some people who are once again preparing to make a pivot in their way of life. There was a punch in the gut for George Gilbert as he walked out of the gym Monday afternoon to news that starting Friday. Once again, the city is shutting down All Jim's a move he says, took a major toll on him. When restrictions were first implemented, Man I was alone. The man is became my best friend. Shut it down like they took everything from me. Gilbert says he understands the reasons for the restrictions, and he's okay with them. But, he adds, he now has to prepare himself to work outside in the fall and winter instead of the spring and summer is just gonna Burton just gotta dress warm. It can't work is hard. My glass her was making a grocery store run when he got wind of the news. The restrictions would run until the end of the year. And he's hoping stores are better prepared than they were during the early days of the pandemic. I believe once people start buying in bulk. Thinking that they're not gonna be able to get it later. There's gonna be a problem. Glass curse, says he's not panic buying because he wants his neighbors to get the necessities they need, and he hopes things do not become scarce, like they did earlier in the year..

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Biden nears victory with lead in Pennsylvania

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01:45 min | 3 weeks ago

Biden nears victory with lead in Pennsylvania

"Over President Trump in Pennsylvania is up to more than 12,000 votes, but 40,000 ballots remained to be counted in Philadelphia alone. More than 100,000 statewide recount is triggered in Pennsylvania if the margin is within half a percentage point, and so far that margin is within that number. We heard from Mayor Kenny, who told President Trump to put his big boy pants on and stand down, making baseless claims about election fraud and votes being stolen. The city commissioners say this election has seen by far the largest number of mail in ballots in the city's history. 337,000 just outnumbered by the in person votes, 353,000 In a couple hours we expect to hear from the city commissioners. Another 2 to 3000. Malin Boat votes again. 40,000 remain to be counted in Philadelphia. And they say it may take several days to complete the reporting of that counting. The electoral college vote remains 2 53 for Biden or the The Projection Anyway. Remains of 253 for Biden. President Trump with 213 need to 70 to win Pennsylvania's 20 could put Biden would put Biden over the top, and we do here from the Biden campaign. That the candidate will speak at some point tonight. We would expect that to be from Wilmington, where he has spoken for the last couple days. No further guidance on what time that is. But of course, we would bring that to you Live. The other

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More looting hits Philadelphia despite curfew

KYW 24 Hour News

01:20 min | Last month

More looting hits Philadelphia despite curfew

"Mayor, Jim Kenney imposed a curfew last night that expired in the wee hours this morning, inspired at 6 A.m. open to quell the looting and violence that has rocked the city for the past two nights that might mention then he's also asked the governor to send the National Guard this weekend. The looting follows the police killing of Walter Wallace. But we here now I'm kw City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe officials don't consider it part of the protest. These folks are no way honoring the memory of Walter Wallace Jr. Mayor Kenny sees the looters as opportunists, exploiting the anguish over Wallace's death, not only harming many retail businesses that have struggled in the midst of the pandemic. We're doing a great disservice that many others want to exercise their First Amendment rights by protesting. They're also harming the police department's ability to respond to emergency, says Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw as officers are diverted to control, looting and vandalism. Comes out across. It's something that we have to balance each and every time we've done it the last couple of nights. The city's already received help from state police and Chester County. If the looting doesn't stop the National Guard will arrive Friday. With more coming on Saturday. Police have made 170 arrests, including assault on police officers, Outlaw says officers have been hit with bricks. And what looks like blood. These air folks that are intentional. The one hurt us, but also do everything that they can to try to demean or demoralize us. She says. She doesn't know who they are or how they're being organized

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More looting hits Philadelphia despite curfew

KYW 24 Hour News

01:21 min | Last month

More looting hits Philadelphia despite curfew

"A curfew last night, which, of course expired at 6 A.m. this morning, hoping to quell the looting and violence that's really rock the city the past couple of nights. He also asked the governor to send the National Guard this weekend. The looting follows the police killing of Walter Wallace, just for you from command of the city. All bureau chief Pat Lobe officials don't consider it part of the protest. These folks are no way honoring the memory of Walter Wallace Jr. Mayor Kenny sees the looters as opportunists, exploiting the anguish over Wallace's death, not only harming many retail businesses that have struggled in the midst of the pandemic, we're doing a great disservice that many others want to exercise their First Amendment rights by protesting. They're also harming the police department's ability to respond to emergency, says Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw as officers are diverted to control, looting and vandalism that comes out of cost. It's something that we have to balance each and every time we've done it the last couple of nights. The city's already received help from state police and Chester County. If the looting doesn't stop the National Guard will arrive Friday. With more coming on Saturday. Police have made 170 arrests, including assault on police officers. Outlaw says officers have been hit with bricks and what looks like blood. These air folks that are intentional. The one hurt us, but also do everything that they can to try to demean or demoralize us. She says. She doesn't know who they are or how they're being organized at City Hall, Pat Lobe Y W. NewsRadio and Body Cam Bridge

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More looting hits Philadelphia despite curfew

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 min | Last month

More looting hits Philadelphia despite curfew

"Is expected to be in Philadelphia tomorrow, requested by Mayor Kenny and called in by Governor Wolf. One of the tactics they're using, along with last night's curfew to try to put a stop to the looting and violence following the police killing of Walter Wallace, but is our city Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe tells US officials don't consider That looting and violence part of the protest. These folks are no way honoring the memory of Walter Wallace Jr. Mayor Kenny sees the looters as opportunists, exploiting the anguish over Wallace's death, not only harming many retail businesses that have struggled in the midst of the pandemic, we're doing a great disservice that many others want to exercise their First Amendment rights by protesting. They're also harming the police department's ability to respond to emergency, says police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw. As officers are diverted to control, looting and vandalism that comes out of costs. It's something that we have The balance each and every time we've done it the last couple of nights. The city's already received help from state police and Chester County. If the looting doesn't stop, the National Guard will arrive Friday with more coming on Saturday at City Hall.

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Philadelphia officials impose curfew after two nights of unrest over police shooting

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00:26 sec | Last month

Philadelphia officials impose curfew after two nights of unrest over police shooting

"Slaps everyone with a citywide 9 p.m. to 6 P.m. curfew following two nights of vandalism as looters took advantage of the chaos after police shot and killed a black man in Cobbs Creek. 911 calls and police body cam. Footage of the cop involved shooting death of Walter Wallace. The audio tapes and video footage will be released, according to Police Commissioner Outlaw and this third thing, Mayor Kenny says the Pennsylvania National Guard will be deployed by week's end to help protect city property and assist police.

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"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:44 min | Last month

"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Excuse whatsoever. The looting and violence. None whatsoever. I think to be able to protest totally legitimate, totally reasonable. But I think that the looting As the victim's father said. Do not do this. Not with my son. You're not helping hurt not helping. When Biden says if he's elected president, he would offer federal dollars to support local police reforms also would set up a commission to study ways to prevent shootings like that of Wallace. Just a reminder that we have a news conference scheduled for this afternoon. Mayor Kenny, the police commissioner and other officials and will bring that to you live Once it begins. Let's get a check of traffic and weather on the twos. Now it's sponsored by Window Nation by two windows, Get two free Call 866 90 Nation or goto window nation dot com. Let's head over to Stevie Recent traffic Center. Thanks. See, and traffic is jammed to O to South bound, approaching 29 down the approach of 4012 right lanes blocked with a crash there. You've also got jammed traffic on the westbound Scougall University to 30th street. Lot of people trying to get out of university City, making things very slow. Westbound Mine should express way you've got some slow pockets of traffic all the way across New Jersey on 1 30, south bound Traffic is jammed with a crash that is just around the area. Marlton Pike, So above the airport circle Very slow. At least one lane is blocked there to 95 South Bound newjersey traffic jammed as well. Slow as you approach 42, But the jam up is South bound after 3 20 to another jam up north bound in the polls, Borough area mass transit. No problems to report in the K Y w News Radio 24 hour traffic center. I'm Stevie Reese..

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"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:41 min | Last month

"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"You're heading to the Jersey side, no delays on 40 to 55 or to 95 Mass transit. Hizzoner close to schedule from the cave by W. 24 Hour Traffic Center. I'm Malcolm point after the third time now for our check of weather, the forecast now from NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Crystal Clyde. Good morning. We've got cold conditions out there to start a frost advisor in place for much of the region that will lived past 8 A.m., and then we're looking at that temperature getting to 66 degrees for afternoon high. Partly cloudy conditions are expected as we go throughout the day, some high clouds building through and a little breezy as well. But overall very nice day Tonight we dropped down to 50 for forecast low, mostly dry, clear conditions and then on Monday, we do see increasing cloud coverage, turning mostly cloudy by the afternoon but warming up to a high of 70 by Tuesday we're up to 75. Partly cloudy I'm NBC. Dan first alarm meteorologist Crystal Clyde with your most accurate forecast right now in center city. It's fair conditions. 42 degrees heading up to 66. Today, The Farmer's Almanac is predicting a cold and snowy winter is your home prepared window nation will help you beat the cold by offering to free windows for every two you buy. Plus, get a whole house of windows installed for as low as $2 a day. +866 90 Nation or visit window nation dot com. Check back to 34 times a day depend on K Y w News radio. Three things to know what 5 15 sponsored by Oliver Heating and cooling. Mayor Kenny breaks out the veto pen to keep society Hill from having its own new set of zoning rules. Here's a puzzler. Where is the most populous house district in the U. S. Montana..

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Gov. Wolf increases crowd limits for most of Pennsylvania, but guidelines under review in Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 2 months ago

Gov. Wolf increases crowd limits for most of Pennsylvania, but guidelines under review in Philadelphia

"Officials declined to commit to the governor's new guidelines on large gatherings based on the size of the gathering place rather than a specific number. Cable W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. A plan to announce next week whether they'll go along with those new rules. Mayor Kenny says Philadelphia has different issues and challenges than anywhere else in the state. When the governor and folks we're getting pressure from legislators and others to open up Mauritz coming from areas that are experiencing the type of infection that we're experience, and when you're making decisions based on people's health and life and death, you better make sure you're right or at least reasonably right before you jump in. The decision is complicated by a recent rise in new cases where they've been averaging under 100. For two weeks. They're back up to 110 a day with a higher percentage of tests coming back Positive. Health Commissioner Tom Farley says that's cause for concern. The reasons for this increase in case activity is not entirely clear. He says there continue to be clusters near colleges but also among other age groups and in other areas such as the Northeast. As for his own exposure to the virus. Mayor Kenny says he never developed symptoms but remains in quarantine while he awaits the results of his second test, Pat

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Laptop, USB drives stolen from elections warehouse in Philadelphia's East Falls section

KYW 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 2 months ago

Laptop, USB drives stolen from elections warehouse in Philadelphia's East Falls section

"Police are investigating a burglary at an election board warehouse in East Falls. A laptop and encrypted USB drives were stolen Tuesday night Y W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. Officials are trying to reassure voters it won't affect the presidential elections. City commissioners issued a statement saying the stolen laptop did not have any election material on it and is not able to program files for voting machines. They added, has security features to prevent unauthorized access, and the user account has been disabled. They did not disclose what is on the USB drive, saying they were unable to provide further detail since it's an ongoing police investigation, Mayor Kenny says he committed the police resources necessary to find the perpetrators and enhance security at the warehouse. Both he and the commissioner's insists this hasn't compromised the November 3rd election. A burglary appears to have been carried out about the time that President Donald Trump during a debate with Democratic nominee Joe Biden was casting doubt on the city's election, saying bad things happen in Philadelphia. Commissioners denounced the criticism, and some voters at the city's satellite election offices said it motivated them to vote early.

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Laptop, USBs stolen from Philadelphia election machine warehouse

KYW 24 Hour News

01:11 min | 2 months ago

Laptop, USBs stolen from Philadelphia election machine warehouse

"Officials are trying to reassure voters after the theft of a laptop and USB drives from a warehouse in east Falls were voting machines are kept. Here's K Y W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobes stolen laptop belonged to an employee of the election machine manufacturer S and s. According to a company spokesperson. She says the laptop did not hold any sensitive election materials was not used to Oh, Graham the machines or interact with the U. S bees. The USB, she says are encrypted and contain multiple levels of security. Nonetheless, the city commissioners say they're rechecking the seals on all the voting machines that have already been tested. They say they're confident the incident won't in any way compromised the integrity of the election. Mayor Kenny adds, It should not deter Philadelphians from voting. Far from having confidence in the security of the election. The timing of the break in though, is uncanny. Police say it was Tuesday night, which is also when President Trump was saying bad things happen in Philadelphia in relation to the election. During his debate with Democrat Joe Biden, the president was referring to the integrity of satellite voting offices, though commissioners say those remains secure ballots cast there are transported by sheriff's deputies to a central location at the end of every day,

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Laptop, Encrypted USB Drives Stolen From Philadelphia Election Machine Warehouse: Officials

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01:10 min | 2 months ago

Laptop, Encrypted USB Drives Stolen From Philadelphia Election Machine Warehouse: Officials

"Philadelphia officials are trying to reassure voters after the theft of a laptop and USB drives from a warehouse in east Falls were voting machines are kept. Here's K Y W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe stolen laptop belonged to an employee of the election machine manufacturer S and s. According to a company spokesperson. She says the laptop did not hold any sensitive election materials was not used to program the machines or interact with the U. S bees. USB, she says are encrypted and contain multiple levels of security. Nonetheless, the city commissioners say they're rechecking the seals on all the voting machines that have already been tested. They say they're confident the incident won't in any way compromised the integrity of the election. Mayor Kenny adds, It should not deter Philadelphians from voting or from having confidence in the security of the election. The timing of the break in though, is uncanny. Police say it was Tuesday night, which is also when President Trump was saying bad things happen in Philadelphia in relation to The election. During his debate with Democrat Joe Biden, the president was referring to the integrity of satellite voting offices, though commissioners say those remains secure ballots cast there are transported by sheriff's deputies to a central location at the end of every day,

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Laptop, Encrypted USB Drives Stolen From Philadelphia Election Machine Warehouse: Officials

KYW 24 Hour News

01:12 min | 2 months ago

Laptop, Encrypted USB Drives Stolen From Philadelphia Election Machine Warehouse: Officials

"Philadelphia officials are trying to reassure voters after a laptop and USB drives were stolen from a warehouse in East Falls, where voting machines are kept. Table. W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe has the story. The stolen laptop belonged to an employee of the election machine manufacturer S and s. According to a company spokesperson. She says the laptop did not hold any sensitive election materials was not used to program the machines or interact with the U. S bees. The USB, she says, are encrypted and contain multiple levels of security. Nonetheless, the city commissioners say they're rechecking the seals on all the voting machines that have already been tested. They say they're confident the incident won't in any way. Upromise thie integrity of the election, Mayor Kenny adds, It should not deter Philadelphians from voting or from having confidence in the security of the election. The timing of the break in though, is uncanny. Police say it was Tuesday night, which is also when President Trump was saying bad things happen in Philadelphia in relation to the election. During his debate with Democrat Joe Biden, the president was referring to the integrity of satellite voting offices, though commissioners say those remains secure ballots cast there are transported by sheriff's deputies to a central, Okay. A shin at the

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Philadelphia Opening Satellite Election Locations To Make It Easier For Residents To Cast Ballots Early

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01:33 min | 2 months ago

Philadelphia Opening Satellite Election Locations To Make It Easier For Residents To Cast Ballots Early

"Well well during during the the debate, debate, President President Trump Trump mentioned. mentioned. Philadelphia Philadelphia then then claimed claimed that that poll poll watchers watchers were were thrown thrown out out yesterday yesterday at at voting voting locations locations around around the the city. city. Officials Officials say say that's that's not not true. true. W tym Jimenez joins us live with the details. Good morning to him. Good morning, Linda. A lot to unpack here. It was towards the end of the debate. When the integrity of the election came up in the president had this to say in Philadelphia. They went in to watch. They were called Pollwatch is a very safe. Very nice thing. They were thrown out. They weren't allowed to watch. You know why? Because bad things happen in Philadelphia. Bad things. Miller. This followed that earlier in the day when the president tweeted about the poll watchers being thrown out of what he calls voting places. All that not true, according to city officials. So what he's referring to are not polling places of of the seven satellite election offices that opened up yesterday here in Philadelphia. They're poll watchers there because there are only supposed to be president at actual polling places on Election Day. These officers are aware study residents Congar, a registered voter apply for a mail in ballot complete that and drop it off. Ballads are being secured and are not allowed to be opened until Election Day. Mayor Kenny and Twitters to the city is following state laws Lynn and not the president's suites, and he maintains there. Again doing everything they can to make sure this is safe and fair Election and once again saying these air, not polling places. These are the satellite election offices that started open up yesterday. All right, thanks very much. W tym Jimenez joining us live

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Philadelphia city treasurer Christian Dunbar fired over embezzlement, sham marriage allegations

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01:11 min | 2 months ago

Philadelphia city treasurer Christian Dunbar fired over embezzlement, sham marriage allegations

"Following for you. Philadelphia's treasurer is arrested and given the boot from his position. A wide open your city Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe explains. Christian Dunbar became treasure just over a year ago after three years as deputy treasure and five years as a financial advisor at Wells Fargo before that, U. S attorney William McSwain says the charges go backto anyways it Wells Fargo defendant engaged in a scheme to embezzle $15,000 from two different bank customers, McSwain says. Dunbar also married a U. S citizen in 2006, while a student at Temple University on Lee as a route to citizenship, then divorced her in 2016 after becoming a citizen. McSwain says his current wife did the same thing, but neither she nor the alleged jam spouses were charged. A city spokesman says Mayor Kenny was unaware of the investigation. A statement from the mayor says the inspector general will conduct a thorough review of the office to resolve any concerns about transaction storing Dunbar's tenure. Dunbar oversaw hundreds of millions of dollars in bond sales at City Hall, Pat Lobe Y. W News radio, A Helping hand family

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Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney tests negative for coronavirus after exposure, remains in self-quarantine

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01:04 min | 2 months ago

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney tests negative for coronavirus after exposure, remains in self-quarantine

"To covert 19 and is in quarantine even though he tested negative. Hey, what number you, City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. This disclosure came at the weekly briefing on the virus where the other news was positive. Philadelphia is still seeing fewer than 100. New cases a day in the rate of positive test results remains below 3% important benchmarks, especially considering the reopening of endure dining, some schools and colleges. But Mayor Kenny says his experience shows you can't get complacent, thankful that Philadelphia's face numbers of drop and that we've been able to ease many The restrictions imposed earlier this year, but the virus is still here. We must remain vigilant Can he declined to give details on how he was exposed. The city also reported progress on one of the related issues, trash and recycling collection. Streets. Commissioner Carlton Williams unveiled a new mapping tool that will allow residents to track collections in real time. It shows you win a truck visited the route, the type of trumpets there And the time Williams says it will go live on the city website October 1st Pat Lope Y W News radio on the first day of the U. N. General Assembly,

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US coronavirus death toll passes 200,000; Philadelphia mayor in quarantine after virus exposure

KYW 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

US coronavirus death toll passes 200,000; Philadelphia mayor in quarantine after virus exposure

"Death death from from Corona Corona virus virus in in this this country country was was on on February February 29th. 29th. Today Today we we have have surpassed surpassed the the 200,000 200,000 mark. mark. That's according to state health figures. Compiled by Johns Hopkins University, Your CBS News Medical contributor, Dr David Vegas. Our numbers outpaced most countries in terms of numbers of cases and in terms of death. And you know, the deaths are probably under estimating the actual number of deaths. Because many people have died without Cove in 19 testing because of the lack of availability at many times during the course of this pandemic of Cove in 19 testing, New Jersey has had more deaths than any state but New York with 16,076 people killed from Cove in 19. Pennsylvania's death toll is the eighth highest in the land. Mayor Kenny says he was exposed to Cove in 19 but is tested negative for the virus. He's currently in quarantine and we'll get retested next week.

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Philadelphia Homeless Encampments Prepared And Fortified To Fight After Eviction Deadline Passes

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01:16 min | 2 months ago

Philadelphia Homeless Encampments Prepared And Fortified To Fight After Eviction Deadline Passes

"The homeless encampments encampments in in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, still still standing standing after after the the city city on on Wednesday Wednesday morning, morning, issued issued its its third third order order for for people people to to leave. leave. Kyi Kyi W's W's Tim Tim him him Menace Menace has has Mohr Mohr from from museum museum row row along the Ben Franklin Parkway, where organizer's aren't planning on going anywhere anytime soon. Mental barriers and wooden pallets are blocking off the encampment here, a 22nd in the parkway. These barriers are not put up to be violent as Can you try to say on Twitter? That's organizer Jamal Henderson, who says the possibility of force being used to evict them is on the top of their minds. After what happened blocks away a few months back on 6 76 City will not have a date to tear gas and you and used rubber bullets in a statement, the city says the goal is still to solve this situation peacefully, and they'll continue outreach efforts even if it takes a few days. And forcibly removing people is the last resort. The city also expressed concern about protesters quote, stockpiling supplies to aid their resistance and caution nearby residents to stay away from the next few days. Henderson's response doesn't look like we're stockpiling. Our preparation for resistance were to bury you. He says. The barriers will come down if Mayor Kenny sanctions this encampment. Instead of city proposal to move it elsewhere on the parkway. Tim Henman is killing W NEWS radio.

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"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:11 min | 2 months ago

"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"71. And since then we have seen more than 34,000 cases and more than 700 people killed by covert 19 in Philadelphia. The numbers now show we're on the road to recovery. However fragile, the situation remains. So what's next? Mayor Kenny and other officials are looking ahead in today offered some details of their plans. Our city Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe is here. But where are we now? In terms of Corona virus, And where does the administration hope we're going well in terms of public health, we are vastly improved from the peak in April. New cases, hospitalizations deaths are down by 90% or more. Economic indicators are not so good Unemployment claims between March and August average 10,000 Week That's 10 times more than pre pandemic and their decision. Record for visitors in 2019, tourism officials say. We'll take till 2023 to get back there, so the city has a lot of work to do today, it put out a recovery plan called Respond, restart, recharge and reimagine. Response included things like the small Business Fund, a non profit fund the city started and now it's in the re starting phase P P E kids, two businesses guidance for reopening So the next stage is addressing some of the weaknesses that really showed themselves during the pandemic. One. The commerce director, says the city is punching below its weight on start up, so they're going to offer supports to attract more entrepreneurs, especially entrepreneurs of color. We're also going to focus on encouraging more minority owned construction firms, and they think they need more tech industry. They want to build out tech cups. There's more. There are a lot of initiatives, but first they have to get through respond and restart and there are short term changes as well. It's still to come an increase in the number of people who can gather outside in any one place. Yes, Doctor Farley, the health commissioner, says contact racing is turning up lots of cases of the virus spreading through indoor gatherings. I almost none in outdoor gatherings, so they're expanding limits on those gatherings from 50 people to 150 while keeping indoor gatherings of 25 outdoor or in those 6 ft of distance and masks are still director, which means gatherings with food or drink are going to be risky, and that includes tailgating for this weekend's Eagles game. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe there on this six month mark of Corona virus in Philadelphia. Just ahead. Federal judges deal a defeat to the Trump administration over redistricting. That's after we check traffic.

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Another deadline passes, Philadelphia mayor says city still assessing homeless encampment situation

KYW 24 Hour News

01:19 min | 2 months ago

Another deadline passes, Philadelphia mayor says city still assessing homeless encampment situation

"Philadelphia are still up this morning. The city is weighing its options trying to figure out what to do next. Kate what W's Tima Menas Joining us live from along the parkway this morning with the latest on this him? Good morning. Good morning. Carol and some of the people staying here at the encampment are keeping an eye out to make sure no one gets in. They still have bike racks and wooden pallets blocking off the north side of 22nd Street and the Parkway organizer's heard that police were going to come in overnight to clear the place out. So they went on social media yesterday to try to get more supporters to show up. Now the cops never came. And so here we are, where we were yesterday. Yesterday's deadline makes it three. Now that have passed to clear this place out, and Mayor Kenny says they're trying to figure out the next steps. We want to make sure that no one gets hurt. We want to make sure that we effectively clear the camp when we do it. Clergy members and outreach workers tried to talk to the organizer's here yesterday about shelters and services, but the cabin people were not having it and essentially told them to go away. They're demanding long term housing solutions, but the city says some of their demands are impossible to meet, especially without federal funding. The city says conditions here are unsafe on sanitary Carol, but organizer's here say the homeless homeless people people are are better better off off being being here here than than out out on on the the streets. streets. All All right, right, thank thank you. you. To To him. him. It's It's

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"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:45 min | 3 months ago

"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"From my phone. I was so suggested to move it, So I'm gonna do that, and it doesn't work. I don't know what to do. But I don't want no absentee on my first day. A long line wrapped around the district building. Yesterday, Tameka and a lot of other parents were turned away because it got too late. Those pickups are set up on Lee from nine AM until two PM The district says There are enough chromebooks for each student and that if parents can't make it themselves to send somebody else, all they need to do is bring along a photo ideas. Well, is the ID number of the student to sign out One of those chromebooks anybody who is having trouble picking up a chromebook or Setting one up. They already have. Brandon should email the district at family tech support at Fila SD Donna work Alright, Thanks, Mike. Well, they're going to require school IEDs starting this week for students picking up food at meal sites throughout the city. But Mayor Kenny says that has now been scrapped. This means the beginning this Thursday, September 3rd. Students and families can pick up a grab and go meal boxes at any one of the 62 school district Meals distribution sites. Regardless of what school they're tell. Pickup is every Thursday. 9 A.m. to noon and students will get meals for the entire week before the police this morning still looking for the driver who cut off another car, setting off a crash that killed a 35 year old man. Injured several other people. The responsible driver running away on foot after the crash, and K Y W's Tim Mementos joins us live from the crash scene in Overbrook Park him Yes, Brandon. This is really a violent crash here at Haverford Avenue in Road Street. Yesterday. Neighbors like one gains. Tell NBC 10 they and out of their homes or the business is here to get people out of the wreckage started screaming. There were Children. There were Children, get.

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Philadelphia to Distribute Free Meals to Students Without Needing to Show ID

KYW 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Philadelphia to Distribute Free Meals to Students Without Needing to Show ID

"District of Philadelphia will continue to provide meals for students, regardless of what school they attend. School IEDs were supposed to be required for pickup, but that has now changed years. Mayor Kenny We're excited and grateful to announce this change because our students deserve Easy access to free and healthy meals as they continue their studies this fall. There are more than 60 grab and go. Meal sites throughout the city and pickup is each Thursday from 9 A.m. to noon.

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"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:43 min | 3 months ago

"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Rio to Mayor. Kenny apologizes after dining out outside the city where it's still banned. That's after we check traffic and weather on Tuesday. At 302 over to carry Moses. All right, and well right now, the Scougall Expressway eastbound pretty jammed up from past the boulevard down to South Street where the left lane is blocked with that construction, and that shuts down tonight at seven, so you'll either have to get off a 30 history or merge onto the East bound by now, Western, the school will look out for delays from the boulevard out to Belmont. It's just volume. Fine expressway eastbound That's slow all the way across westbound look offer delays between the parkway and 76 95 north bound were heavy from Penn's landing up to just pass the bind. Expressway South bound. Just stop and go from common at all way down to Girard Avenue Blue Roof 4 76, south bound, generally slow from root wind down to Baltimore Pike in the North bound slows. Near McDade Boulevard. Braun only jammed up through Philly. That's been that way for a while. Now. Looks like that. Construction is still out there on the Plat Bridge eastbound heading into South Philadelphia, the right lane. Is still taken out as we look at the bridges, The Walt Whitman, You've gotta delay heading into South Philly. It's construction. We're seeing that on the two Cockney Palm Ira Britta's well heading into northeast Philadelphia, now in New Jersey to 95 South bound, still jammed up south of 3 22. The left lane block with construction. 55 North bound, were heavy from Deptford to 42. Next update in less than 10 minutes, and Kyrie Moses in the K Y W 24 Hour Traffic Center and the five day forecast now with NBC 11th alert meteorologist Len Hurricane shorts. Joining us live and Glenn as warned. We've gotta shower here in center city..

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Philadelphia Mayor, Pennsylvania Gov. Ask Lawmakers To Legalize Recreational Marijuana To Combat Budget Shortfall

KYW 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Philadelphia Mayor, Pennsylvania Gov. Ask Lawmakers To Legalize Recreational Marijuana To Combat Budget Shortfall

"Editor's desk alone, Madam Micah. Pennsylvania is a huge budget hole to fill and governor Wolf thinks legalizing recreational marijuana is a good place to start bringing in some new cash. The story from Kate would've used Mike Doherty. The governor hopes some Republicans get onboard to boost the state's bottom line with extra funding from recreational marijuana legalization. We can actually do things that have to be done to help families and businesses have been so devastated by this by this pandemic, and mayor Kenny is all for it to no reason why Um recreational. Marijuana should not be the same category as vodka and gin and was Republican House majority Leader Carry Benning. Hoff says the governor shouldn't rely on taxpayers to bail him out from the

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"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:09 min | 4 months ago

"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Of politics. Mayor Kenny and Police Commissioner Outlaw have both apologized for the use of tear gas and pepper spray during the unrest in the city. Officer Micheletti says he was just following orders. Police Union President John MK. Nesby says Krasner is anti cop, and he's only interested in prosecuting police, not the unlawful people who looted and set fires in the city. The union vows to support the officer. Nicoletti was released after posting bail. Mike Doherty, K Y. W NewsRadio and full of suburban school district's lay out their preliminary plans for reopening in the fall. That's next out the traffic and weather on the two sponsored by Window Nation by to get two free sale window nation dot com. Thanks a lot, Steve. It's jam traffic on the Roosevelt Boulevard North bound from which the second avenue to just pass Broad Street. There is an accident that is blocking the right lane 76 Google Expressway. It's jam westbound there Avenue to 30th Street roadwork in the left lane than all France to Montgomery Drive is blocked The bottom of the ramp. Storm damaged down tree also took down the traffic light. He's bound 76 just slow from 4 76 to the approach of Belmont Avenue. That's just due to the rain. Now in Lower Moreland. We do have the closure of the intersection of Buck Road and by Barry rode that is due to down wires from earlier storms. 4 76 The Bluebird in good shape on the Northeast extension. Watch out for a minor delay. South bound south of Quaker towns near Mile Marker 41 accident in the right lane. Oh gave her delay in the north bound side. East West Turnpike and find shape same with 4 22 and the Route 30. Bypass. 95 at the moment. Nice ride both north and south between Bucks County and the Delaware line in New Jersey. Severe storms down near violent and Morris River slowing down traffic on Route 55. Also watch out for some roadwork tonight on Route 55 anywhere between exits 24 48 in the right lane. And no major delays on to 95 42 Freeway or the New Jersey Turnpike Mass Transit. The West Trenton Lines suspended service between Yardley and West trend that is due to down trees. I'm Justin Drop back and to keep it up with you. 24 hour Traffic center..

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"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:39 min | 4 months ago

"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Main Street at Harleysville Pike and for 22 East yet still got the construction it oaks and westbound. Approaching Reuters Ford in the game I w 24 hour traffic center. I'm Stevie Reese and the five day forecast now, here's NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Bill Henley. Hot and humid weather and are he wave continues today? Ah, high temperature of 96 degrees, in fact, will be in the low nineties by lunchtime. Add in the humidity, and this afternoon, it's going to feel like 100 to 103 degrees. Heat humidity pula storms this afternoon. A line of storms moving in from the West arrives late this afternoon and this evening, and there's a potential for severe weather, the biggest threat Damaging winds weaken lead to power outages. They clear out this evening later on and then down to 77 degrees tomorrow morning, a steamy day tomorrow, just not as hot a high of 90 with another chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms. Ah, bit of a break for the humidity on Friday, down to 75 in the morning 89 the high temperature With a chance of some scattered showers and thunderstorms Friday afternoon, then the threat of storms leaves us for the weekend, but the heat returns Saturday partly to mostly sunny skies. 90 upto 90 for Sunday afternoon. I'm NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Bill Henley with your most accurate forecast, count on it. My sunny sky 86 degrees heading to 96 with Cem. Showers and thunderstorms around this afternoon. It's 11 35. Mayor Kenny is one of 15 Democratic mayors who have signed a letter sent to the Trump administration calling for federal agents to stay out of their cities. They were able to use Tim Jimenez reports. It comes as agents continue to clash with protesters.

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"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"But mayor Kenny says he chose her for another task as well and commend she has the conviction courage and compassion needed to bring long overdue reform to our department the department has been rocked by accusations of racism and gender discrimination so it's significant that outlaw is the first African American woman to lead the department something she says she doesn't take lightly I understand what I represent I understand who opened the doors for me and I understand that it's also my obligation to hold the doors open behind me to make sure that we're not in twenty twenty still talking about first at city hall Pat lobe Q. I. W. news radio and city leaders say they're hopeful and excited to work with the new police commissioner okay bye W. crime and justice reporter Kristin Joel Hanson explains the G. someone both the police union president and district attorney can agree upon city council members applauded Daniel outlaws arrival at the press conference introducing her son saying it's the reform Philadelphia needs deserved attorney Larry Krassner says he's met without well before and is optimistic listen to what she is saying about dealing with addiction dealing with homelessness dealing with concentrated poverty she is she has ideas about that and I look forward to working with them at the P. president John the nasty met out well before the announcement and calls I street shooter who likes to get things done she's qualified I think she's got a good head on their shoulders to straight to the point I think she she has experience she comes with a great background Nick Nesby will be working with outlaw in upcoming contract negotiations for their part in and says he appreciates she's right down to business Kristin Joe Hansen K. Y. W. news radio a tent encampment that form the team to Vine Street several months ago will soon be history city officials say a thirty day notice to leave the property runs out next Monday Hey why W. skin glow this has that story the tents showed up over the summer and Liz hers director of homeless services for the city says most of those people are directly linked to the opioid crisis he says her department has been going out on a regular basis to try and draw them into services like steady housing and drug treatment many people have already come in we have a tiny percentage of the folks out there from where we started just a few weeks ago the thirty days expires on Monday January sixth next week we will go in and we'll give them another chance to get services we will be out there again with bands and outreach and everybody trying to get that man and then at that point we will tell them that they have to take their tents down but they tend to be stored not thrown away her says the city used the same process in Kensington last year and she adds seventy five percent of those people are still receiving services it's called in Kevin resolution and is now a national model Jim Clovis KYW news radio Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is stepping up his calls for witnesses and documents in the upcoming impeachment trial of president trump speaking to reporters in New York senator Schumer said the report said for administration officials tried to get the president to release a do you crane in August are a game changer the new reporting shows that there were serious concerns raised by trumpet ministration officials about the propriety and legality of what the president was doing Schumer wants Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to allow the witnesses to appear including acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and former national security adviser John Bolton will the Senate hold a fair trial or will it naval a cover up bill Rakoff CBS news Washington a new study shows a direct link between counties that suffer economic collapse in an increase in opioid usage researchers at the university of Pennsylvania studied one hundred twelve U. S. counties in which automotive assembly plants were in operation as of nineteen.

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"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"System but mayor Kenny says he chose her for another task as well and commend she has the conviction courage and compassion needed to bring long overdue reform to our department the department has been rocked by accusations of racism and gender discrimination so it's significant that outlaw is the first African American woman to lead the department something she says she doesn't take lightly I understand what I represent I understand who opened the doors for me and I understand that it's also my obligation to hold the doors open behind me to make sure that we're not in twenty twenty still talking about first at city hall Pat lobe Q. I. W. news radio and city leaders say they're hopeful and excited to work with the new police commissioner cable I W. crime and justice reporter Kristin Joel Hanson explains the G. someone both the police union president and district attorney can agree upon city council members applauded Daniel outlaws arrival at the press conference introducing her son saying it's the reform Philadelphia needs deserved attorney Larry Krassner says he's met without well before and is optimistic listen to what she is saying about dealing with addiction dealing with homelessness dealing with concentrated poverty sheet is cognizant of that she has ideas about that and I look forward to working with at the P. president John the nasty met out well before the announcement and calls I street shooter who likes to get things done she's qualified I think she's got a good head on their shoulders to straight to the point I think she she has experience she comes with a great background Nick Nesby will be working with outlaw in upcoming contract negotiations for their part in and says he appreciates she's right down to business Kristin Johannson K. Y. W. news radio a tent encampment that formed in eighteen to Vine Street several months ago will soon be history city officials say a thirty day notice to leave the property runs out next Monday Hey why W. skin glow this has that story the tents showed up over the summer and Liz hers director of homeless services for the city says most of those people are directly linked to the opioid crisis he says her department has been going out on a regular basis to try and draw them into services like steady housing and drug treatment many people have already come in we have a tiny percentage of the folks out there from where we started just a few weeks ago the thirty days expires on Monday January sixth next week we will go in and we'll give them another chance to get services we will be out there again with bands and outreach and everybody trying to get that man and then at that point we will tell them that they have to take their tents down but they tend to be stored not thrown away her says the city used the same process in Kensington last year and she adds seventy five percent of those people are still receiving services it's called in Kevin resolution and is now a national model Jim Clovis KYW news radio Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is stepping up his calls for witnesses and documents in the upcoming impeachment trial of president trump speaking to reporters in New York senator Schumer said the report said for administration officials tried to get the president to release a do you crane in August are a game changer the new reporting shows that there were serious concerns raised by trump administration officials about the propriety and legality of what the president was doing Schumer wants Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to allow the witnesses to appear in clothing acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and former national security adviser John Bolton will the Senate hold a fair trial or will it naval a cover up bill Rakoff CBS news Washington a new study shows a direct link between counties that suffer economic collapse in an increase in opioid usage researchers at the university of Pennsylvania studied one hundred twelve U. S. counties in which automotive assembly plants were in operation as of.

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"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Justice system but mayor Kenny says he chose her for another task as well and commend she has the conviction courage and compassion needed to bring long overdue reform to our department the department has been rocked by accusations of racism and gender discrimination so it's significant that outlaw is the first African American woman to lead the department something she says she doesn't take lightly I understand what I represent I understand who opened the doors for me and I understand that it's also my obligation to hold the doors open behind me to make sure that we're not in twenty twenty still talking about first at city hall Pat lobe Q. I. W. news radio and city leaders say they're hopeful and excited to work with the new police commissioner a by W. crime and justice reporter Kristin Joel Hanson explains the G. someone both the police union president and district attorney can agree upon city council members applauded Daniel outlaws arrival at the press conference introducing her son saying it's the reform Philadelphia needs deserved attorney Larry Krassner says he's met without well before and is optimistic listen to what she is saying about dealing with addiction dealing with homelessness dealing with concentrated poverty sheet is cognizant of that she has ideas about that and I look forward to working with them at the P. president John the nasty met out well before the announcement and calls I stray shooter who likes to get things done she's qualified I think she's got a good head on their shoulders to straight to the point I think she she has experience she comes with a great background Nick Nesby will be working with outlaw in upcoming contract negotiations for the apartment and says he appreciates she's right down to business Kristin Johannson K. Y. W. news radio attend in can't meant that formed the team to Vine Street several months ago will soon be history city officials say a thirty day notice to leave the property runs out next Monday a wide W. skin glow this has that story the tents showed up over the summer and Liz hers director of homeless services for the city says most of those people are directly linked to the opioid crisis he says her department has been going out on a regular basis to try and draw them into services like steady housing and drug treatment many people have already come in we have a tiny percentage of the folks out there from where we started just a few weeks ago the thirty days expires on Monday January sixth next week we will go in and we'll give them another chance to get services we will be out there again with bands and outreach and everybody trying to get that man and then at that point we will tell them that they have to take their tents down but they tend to be stored not thrown away her says the city used the same process in Kensington last year and she adds seventy five percent of those people are still receiving services it's called in Kevin resolution and is now a national model Kim Clovis KYW news radio Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is stepping up his calls for witnesses and documents in the upcoming impeachment trial of president trump speaking to reporters in New York senator Schumer said the report said for administration officials tried to get the president to release aid to Ukraine in August are a game changer the new reporting shows that there were serious concerns raised by trump administration officials about the propriety and legality of what the president was doing Schumer wants Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to allow all the witnesses to appear including acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and former national security adviser John Bolton will the Senate hold a fair trial or will it enable a cover up bill Rakoff CBS news Washington a new study shows a direct link between counties that suffered economic collapse in an increase in opioid usage researchers at the university of Pennsylvania studied one hundred twelve US counties in which automotive assembly plants were in operation as of nineteen ninety nine between nineteen ninety two thousand sixteen twenty nine of those counties suffered plant closures and in those counties that suffered the closures the study found opioid deaths increased by eight point six deaths per one hundred thousand people in the first five years after the closure that's an eighty five percent increase when compared to counties that did not experience closures researcher said the numbers show a clear link between the collapse of economic opportunities in industrial communities and the physical health of the people who live there I'm John stones now it's time for cable I W. sports sponsored by septa up all night with twenty plus routes that run twenty four hours so is septa learn more at I. septa Philly dot com sports update season announcer their attention to the Seattle Seahawks game what it means John Johnson has more facing the sea hawks back on November twenty fourth was a low point in the season for quarterback Carson Wentz who turned the ball over five times since then a different player has taken the field what is changed his head coach Doug Peterson you know I think all in all just just learning from the season learning from our mistakes has really helped him and helped our offense you know progressed to where we are right now as for injuries Brandon Brooks out for the remainder of the season with a separated shoulder mile Sanders is day to day with an ankle injury sac arts in lane Johnson will practice this week with decisions on their playing status coming by week's end reporting from the Nova care complex John Johnson K. what W. news radio meanwhile the Seahawks will not have for regal Michael Kendricks in the light of the linebacker tour is a C. L. in the team's loss to San Francisco on Sunday night the college basketball were billing over picked up a win in its big east opener Monday night the Wildcats down Xavier sixty eight sixty two behind twenty four points from Colin Gillespie pen was won over Howard eighty one sixty two that gives the Quakers a seven four record on the season at Drexel was a winner in CA conference play the dragons that you and C. woman ten seventy one sixty six tracks on our eight and seven overall and one to one in conference play drums words radio ninety four W. I. P. I. med bank in KYW newsradio your home for eagles football is sports radio ninety four W. I. where every moment of eagles football happened celery with a little well the shows well stop when I was young I don't know what it's called anymore I forward you.

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"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Mayor Kenny says he chose her for another task as well and commend she has the conviction courage and compassion needed to bring long overdue reform to our department the department has been rocked by accusations of racism and gender discrimination so it's significant that outlaw is the first African American woman to lead the department something she says she doesn't take lightly I understand what I represent I understand who opened the doors for me and I understand that it's also my obligation to hold the doors open behind me to make sure that we're not in twenty twenty still talking about first at city hall Pat lobe Q. I. W. news radio a Senate leader says for trial Fishel's Festivali in any Senate trial is a game changer because of what they say on withheld aid to Ukraine that's coming up after traffic and weather buy one get one free visit with our nation dot com I think you see very quiet out there right now the major roadways earlier incidents have cleared and we're looking good on the vine expressway this Google expressway and ninety five the PHR packs in really good shape as I take a look at the jam cams between Bensalem and of Valley Forge blue for seventy six no plot problems to report city Avenue at ballot have you've got a crash they are being cleaned up all our bridges are okay in earlier bridge opening on Tony Palmer bridge is long gone at this time in upper Pittsgrove New Jersey route seventy seven closed in both directions north of britian road that's the one accident and downed wires you want to avoid that area that's probably gonna be out there for quite some time in a mess continues down in Delaware it's four ninety five is south closed at ninety five is to a series acting you are backed up one that southbound side room thirteen also jammed on the southbound side just south of it to seventy three that is due to another crash next update in less than ten minutes chi re Moses in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic.

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"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Green Phillies Julie Hampshire tally up the grades after an hour discussion on the city's work in sustainable transportation energy waste handed building use transportation included bike lanes Olivia has the highest percentage of by commuters versus other cities however there's not many project bike lanes and the bicycle coalition is speaking many strides to increase those the bicycle coalitions ready low by so says the mayor promised thirty miles of protected bike lanes before he was elected we now have five miles and mayor Kenny is in his second term and you're also says the city gained points for its ambitious energy goals even a small energy plan has a goal of eighty percent in this direction is by twenty fifty you or in our own sixty percent by twenty thirty people who do you also have parts of the city that could have a refer prevent the panel gave the city a C. on transportation C. plus on energy I. D. on waste and a B. on building use him globis KYW news radio and this is something that Bill Cosby says he's prepared to serve the ten year maximum sentence for sexual assault rather than show remorse for a prime the comedian says he didn't commit Cosby is serving a three to ten year sentence a state prison near Philadelphia after a jury last you're convicted him of sexually assaulting at Temple University employee in two thousand for the two year old says the Pennsylvania parole board is quote not going to hear me say that I have remorse it's the one of the sports sponsored by September up all night well with twenty plus routes that run twenty four hours so we stepped up learn more I stepped to Philly dot com from sports radio W. I. T. with your sports update the fire stick double victory at the center on Monday night as they defeated the Canucks we get more from K. whatever use John Johnson fires got back on track even the connects to the one here in south Philly after a forgettable opening it aren't you like absolutely dominated the second shock it's very long goal score so we had to the third and final locked at one with the eight thirty three remaining in regulation Justin Braun let's get around the back of the neck feeding Jake board check who was said in a circle like the lan fires hang on for the W. RG blackouts on Vancouver thirty four to seventeen reporting from the center John Johnson DOW news radio next up of wires will be game against the blue jackets in Columbus Wednesday night the seventy Sixers took on the raptors in Toronto for the first time since their game seven loss last spring this one also did not go as planned as the Sixers though one a one ninety six they have the lead in the fourth quarter the raptors closed up the game with ten straight points as the Sixers missed on eight straight possessions it was a dreadful live the big man Joel Embiid was held scoreless for the first time in his career and went over eleven from the field Josh Richardson did have twenty five for the Sixers into feed with the loss the Sixers are now eleven and six next up a game against Sacramento at the center on Wednesday night and one big five team in action on Monday night at the Gulf coast showcase the Selby.

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"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Appointed by mayor Kenny but things have changed a wide W. crime and justice reporter Christian Johannson been talking to people in the police department as well as the city's fraternal order of police and Chris what is the awful PC yeah Steve I got right on the phone with John make nasty who says that he wished absolutely it felt like a kick in the gut when he actually heard this news that the commissioner has submitted his resignation yeah here this is a little bit of a longer sound bite of exactly exactly how we felt just moments after we learned the news while shocked I mean you know unexpected and it's not a good day for the city one now when the police commissioner resigned specially one that's been you know pretty good working relationship with us and got along well with the community and overall cool guy was a classmate of mine and you know if the things we couldn't work out you know behind the scenes we worked out and it was never personal so when a missile and yes we just to mention here actually graduated with the police commissioner from the police academy back there thirty years ago or so and he says that the union actually is likely to have a bit of a say in who they would choose as their next leader of the police department but he did say he had a long conversation with the commissioner we haven't actually heard back yet from the commissioner himself for the for now former commissioner himself I do want to mention her though that there are two women deputies who were actually helps commissioner roster now former commissioner Ross through the last three years under his leadership robin Lynn I should say I'm sorry robin Wimberley who is one of them she's actually black woman and Christine cultures the other white woman who actually now been named the acting up police commissioner as of right now so will only have to see where this goes what happens now it but these allegations everybody's been taxing in saying they're actually shocked Steve prison Johannson Philadelphia police commissioner Richard Ross forced out as the city's top cop after new allegations of sexual harassment as well as gender and racial discrimination among the rank and file the charges do not accuse the commissioner of harassment but mayor Kenny saying he does ultimately be Lee eve that Ross's resignation is in the best interest of the department and as Christian Johannson and Loeb have been reporting a deputy commissioner will take over well the city begins a search for a new police commissioner.

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"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"So it is nothing short of astounding that in such a confined space that we didn't have more of a tragedy and we did so we so thankful that they were able to get out we were able to get the other folks out they the prisoners that were in there also on harm and this was it was pure pandemonium in north Philly last night hundreds of police on the scene neighbors were kept away from their homes for hours as all this unfolded as you mention two officers were trapped inside of that house for five hours before they were finally rescued an Opel this ended after hills lawyer helped ensure that he wouldn't be hurt if you surrender David thanks Hey why nobody's might Dharti live the police said now mayor Kenny spoke with reporters at temple hospital as a stand off played out listen to the transmissions on the radio and I could say our police officers are not only talented and and but brave all that was that was an amazing intense a number of hours going back and forth listening to gun shots over the radio listening to officers whispering up stairs because they want the shooter to know where they were located it was it was just a riveting riveting experience but our officers need help they need help they need help with gun control the two little boys that were the officer had his head Grays just a little bit more and those two little boys Robert out for that because some because this government up of a lot of federal and state level don't want to do anything about getting these guns off the street to get them out of the hands of criminals this guy is clearly a criminal he was he is a criminal and he was like he had a long record which I'm not sure if I don't have the front of me but has been public about just just before he was able to get these weapons and a large magazine a large.

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"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"mayor kenny" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Back mayor kenny's funding plan during it hearings wednesday before city council kyw's mike denardo reports council is weighing how much of mayor kennedy's tax proposal to approve to help the school district fill a projected nearly one billion dollar deficit over the next five years council president daryll clark superintendent william hite if the state shariff funding was enough height said his only concern was the total revenue package but we're asking for now is to maintain the stability that we fought so hard to get to to this point the it's still not anywhere close to what we need to be adequate the mayors appointed school board tastes control of the district july first and they'll have to manage the district's budget with whatever council approves at city hall mike denardo kyw newsradio now the cvs three eyewitness weather five day forecast mainly clear and mild overnight the low fifty seven on thursday mostly sunny with popup showers and thunderstorms high seventy nine any of those thunderstorms in the afternoon or evening though could be strong or severe biggest threat for that is off to the west they will likely cross through the city between about three and five pm on friday sunny and nights the high seventy four then a warm front lifts through saturday it will spark a shower in the morning then some sun isolated showers thunderstorms in the afternoon again very warm and humid saturday high eighty five then the cold front sags through saturday into mother's day sunday best threat for rain saturday night but that front could stall overhead on mother's day bringing a chance for rain and also cloudy and cooler conditions the high around seventy watch.

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"mayor kenny" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"mayor kenny" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Next couple of nights because of what took place in the streets and protests and as some will call it an uprising so it's been a year and we all had a a meeting on air a meeting with the republican candidate for mayor kenny smith yesterday and he talked about the city council meeting where it got real contentious and at the end of the meeting rather than do a bail to back door he walked into the crowd and said hey let's let's talk uh pretty gutsy move actually an and one that actually kinda put kinney on the map of being at least worthy of some respect and and a recognition so here we are a year later article in the newspaper today uh talks about last fall's protests led to increase funding for a workplace development and it talks about what may have been what what what has been done and uh and know what hasn't been done after the scott protests turned violent two years after a 2014 study from harvard university and uc berkeley that showed poor children in charlotte are the least likely to escape poverty among their peers in america's fifty largest cities and i don't know that we've necessarily improved that rating and i don't really understand i guess why charlotte would be at the bottom of that list as as opposed to some other cities but it does designate a lack of attention i suppose in some area or another we have learned in the last year that housing is pretty much available for the people who are working poor but it is in short supply for the poor poor the really poor so while i will we'll talk about that in a second now three 45 today my understanding is an i don't know if the timing of that presser today with the widow of keith lamont scott was chosen at that time because that also would designate about the same time that the incident took place on it does apartments out there are no university area but unless it three 45 or thereabouts.

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